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"ALDIS. Probably of territorial origin from the five merk lands of Auldhous of old extent in the parish of Eastwood, Renfrewshire. In 1265 Roger, son of Reginald de Aldhous resigned all claim to the lands of Aldhous which he and his father had held in ferm (RMP., p. 63). In 1284 John de Aldhus, son of Roger, again renounced his right in the court of the Justiciar of Lothian, obtaining a grant of a portion of the lands for the lives of himself and Cristiana his wife (ibid., p. 65,66). "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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